It Was Kit

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The "True" Story of Christopher Marlowe 

The English Renaissance.  The most controversial playwright in history (and his hysterical mother).  Three bumbling spies, two over-zealous atheists and one average guy named Shakespeare.  Not to mention a prudish roommate, a paranoid queen and a covert death plot. It all adds up to a recipe for laughter.  And with Christopher Marlowe behind the antics, the Queen would never approve!

Produced for the Fringe of Toronto Festival, July 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14 and 16, 2006, and at the Diesel Playhouse "Best of the Fringe" July 26 - 30, 2006

Written by: Allison McWood
Directed by:
Regan Macaulay
Produced by:
Regan Macaulay, Allison McWood, Dan Staheli
Executive Producer:
Kelsey Matheson
Associate Producers:
Kevin Risk and Melissa-Jane Shaw
Composer/Sound Design: Mauri Hall
Costume Design: Michelle Bailey
Stage Manager/Lighting Design/Sound Operator:
Rob Downes
Assistant Director/Assistant Stage Manager:
James Wisteard
Costume Design Assistant: Devon Bhim
Set Construction: Chris Coculuzzi
Publicist: Melissa-Jane Shaw
Graphic Designer - Program/Poster/Postcard: Johnny Vong
Designer of the Graphic for the Official Fringe Program: Dave Krstin
Chris Coculuzzi, Mark Allan (2nd run at the Diesel Playhouse) Graham Coffeng, Stephen Flett, Chantale Groulx, John Healy, Bruce Hunter (2nd run at the Diesel Playhouse) Albert Masters, Kelsey Matheson, Scott Moore, Jason Reilly, Kevin Risk, Melissa-Jane Shaw, Jeff White

It Was Kit cast photo 

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This Article Last Modified: December 8, 2010 7:21 PM